Sometimes it strikes me. Walking around town often means seeing some very random things.
Things like a dog sticking its head out the window of a parked car and howling. Looking for its owner, no doubt. A quick pat on the head quiets him down for a little while, but before I reach the end of the block I hear him crying again:
Or how about stumbling upon the Cardiovascular Fitness Guide exercise area behind the VA hostpital? I wonder if I need a little help with the ol' heart?:
And then yesterday I saw a bunch of glued puzzles that had been discarded into an alley. Somebody went to the trouble of putting them together, and then decided they were no longer needed:
Plus if you need large volumes of water, I know where to go; the Automatic Water Salesman of course! Where 25 cents will still get you 100 gallons of H2O!:
And sometimes things just make me laugh, like signs telling you that there is brain-melting radio waves in the area. Too bad you have to be within 5 feet of the massive transmitting tower before you can read the sign telling you to be wary:
I'm not sure why I enjoy these little random things, but they are what make me want to get out and SEE the city I live in with my own two eyes. Because nobody else will see the same things that I will, and nobody else will think they are as funny as I do. :)